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This was our final stop on the Disney Fantasy. We had walked many a kilometer in the previous two ports. We decided to take it easy and just relax in the main port in Falmouth. We were fully aware that it was basically like an...More
In several occasions I have visited the beautiful cruise port of Falmouth Jamaica. On every single visit, I have stopped By Bijoux Jewelers, and I must say they are the nicest people I have ever had the pleasure of doing business with. I have purchased...More
We visit the cruise ship pier when ships are in port. It's always busy and fun. Lots of entertainment, music, dancers, performers, food and souvenir vendors...lots of things to do. it can be a bit costly but for me, it's worth the money to enjoy...More
Welcome to CHINA. Most souvenir shops offer goods made in China at a way overpriced rates . Spoke to one of the store owners and was told that being on the port at the premium rent rates makeshift pay the prices go up . I...More
We were very skeptical about this port, as we read it was unsafe and a bad place to visit. We decided we were on vacation and did not want to be confined to the port, because we were scared to get out and see what...More
The immediate dock area is a purpose built complex with shopping , bars, restaurants etc and is very clean and safe with security gates from adjacent town. Going into town is a different matter with non stop hassle and intimidation from the locals trying to...More
Went on a half day tour with our tui rep Caroline. What a fab place, fascinating town with lots of quirky little shops. We stopped at the craft market where there are lots of little shops for souvenirs you can barter till your hearts content....More
Response from BigSlimJim | Reviewed this property |
Hi, it's about a 15 minute walk from the cruise terminal. As you come out the cruise terminal turn right and follow the road past the main town hall/court house and the school is on the right. You can hire a guide outside... More
Hi, it's about a 15 minute walk from the cruise terminal. As you come out the cruise terminal turn right and follow the road past the main town hall/court house and the school is on the right. You can hire a guide outside the port who will give you a walking tour of Falmouth taking in the historical sites and the school.